Aaron Giles lost his identity bracelet more than 25 years ago. He was around 5 years old when he lost it and never dreamed he'd see the bracelet again (and at 31 years old, he didn't much care).
Last month, a meat cutter at the Olson Locker in Fairmont, Minnesota was butchering a chicken when he came across a shiny object in the chicken's gizzard.
When he removed it and cleaned it off, he saw Aaron's name, former address and phone number engraved on it. With that information, it was easy to relocate Aaron.
Aaron assumes that he lost his bracelet while playing in his grandfather's barn. The barn was dismantled a few years ago, and the parts of it were used to construct a new barn 45 miles away in Elmore, MN- where chickens are kept.
MSNBC quotes Araron, "It was in pretty immaculate shape. Everything was working on it, and all the engravings on it were still legible. It was quite the surprise."
so, where do you think they get the toys that go with the McNugget Happy Meal?